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Bionicle (stylized BIONICLE) was a line of Lego construction toys marketed primarily towards 8-to-16 year-olds. Originally a subsidiary of Lego’s Technic series, the line launched in Europe and Australasia in 2000 and in the Americas in 2001. Over the following decade, it became one of the Lego Group's biggest-selling properties; expanding into a full-franchise and playing a part in saving the company from its financial crisis of the late 1990s. Despite a planned twenty-year tenure, the theme was originally discontinued in 2010, but was rebooted in 2015 for a further two years.

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For so long, the Bionicle website has been shut down. Now that Lego is making a new generation of Bionicle, the site is back up and running. However, there's not sign of the older tiers. I suppose this is bitter sweet, but there is a story that is being updated through videos (much like the old website during the final chapter of the first generation). I hope to see great things from the Bionicle universe.

Contributed by Gregory Courtright

Bionicle "Logo"

Used in one of the comics as a pull-out poster, this pretty much sums up Bionicle's 1st through 7th years. Looks pretty sweet, huh?

Contributed by Robert C. Reeves

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